Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
This study investigates residential living arrangements as they relate to engagement using the National Survey of Student Engagement. It examines any difference in men and women in engagement with living in coeducational or single-sex residence halls on a small, faith-based, liberal arts college in the Midwest. Engagement continues to show value in helping students get the most out of their college experience. This study found no significant difference between coeducational and single-sex residence halls. Also, no difference emerged between men and women populations of both living arrangements. This finding adds to research pertaining to the relationships between place of residence and engagement.
Katsma, Jason, "On-Campus Living: A Quantitative Exploration of Engagement in Coeducational and Single-Sex Residence Halls" (2019). Master of Arts in Higher Education (MAHE) Theses. 151.